Kiya Ferrell

Freshman middle hitter Kiya Ferrell hits a kill against Eagleville Wednesday Sept 5. Ferrell led the Lady Raiders aces, kills and blocks in Tuesday's loss.

Local sports saw action at both the high school and middle school level on Tuesday. The Lady Raiders volleyball team hosted Warren County at Joe Frank Patch Gym. Coffee County cross country hosted a meet featuring both middle and high school teams. On the road, Westwood volleyball played Warren County Middle.


CHS Volleyball falls to Warren County

For the second time this season, the Lady Raiders took on the Lady Pioneers Tuesday evening. The girls were looking for a season sweep after winning their earlier match but Warren County had other plans in mind.

The Lady Pioneers took the first two sets 25-19 and 25-23. Coffee County won the third 25-23 but went on to lose the deciding fourth set 25-19.

Hitting errors were a problem for the Lady Raiders with 28 on the night. Freshman middle hitter Kiya Ferrell led the team in several categories with four aces, 13 kills, and four blocks. Junior setter Amanda Mukai led the team in assists with 19.


Coffee County races to victory in cross country meet

The Red Raiders hosted a large meet Tuesday evening featuring several high school and middle school teams from around the region. 

Lady Raider Greenlee Woods won the middle school girl's race off a strong push near the finish. In the middle school boy's race, the Coffee County team finished in second place. Raiders Lucas Beaty and Bradley Escue came in second and third respectively. 

In the high school races, freshman duo Patricia Barrera and Madison Rooker placed first and second in the girl's race. The Lady Raiders finished in second overall, five points behind Gundy County. 

Red Raider Jacob Rutledge won the boy's race and Renato Garcia came in third. Five Coffee County runners finished in the top 13 of the race and the Raider boys came in first.


Westwood volleyball drops road match to Warren County

The Lady Rockets traveled to McMinnville Tuesday to take on Warren County. The Lady Pioneers showed why they're one of the best teams in the area, beating Westwood in straight sets 25-11 and 25-13.

Anna Johnson recorded six kills, two digs and a solo block for the Lady Rockets. Maddie Sullivan had five assists and Lilee Scott had two aces.


Westwood soccer shut out in Wartrace

Coming off an explosive 6-0 win Friday night, the Lady Rockets traveled to Cascade to take on the Lady Champions. Things went differently for the girls Tuesday evening. Westwood allowed two goals in both halves on the way to a 4-0 loss.  

Staff Writer

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